How to get incorporated (and what comes next!)

From your section 85 rollover, starting the incorporation process, to managing income streams and determining which of your expenses are deductible, this e-book will walk you through the key changes you’ll experience when incorporating, and in the first year after you become a corporation.


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Incorporation and The First Year After

Transferring from sole proprietorship to corporation, tax-free



Getting a business number and accounts set up, as a new corporation

Options for getting paid, tracking transactions and claiming expenses


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Move smoothly from sole proprietorship to corporation

Ashley Didone joined Collins Barrow in 2006 and became a partner at the London, Ontario office in 2016. Ashley offers clients extensive expertise in both assurance and tax services. She also enjoys being active in her community and volunteers her time on a variety of boards and committees. Ashley is currently on the Board of Directors, as well as a volunteer, at the Small Business Centre in London and is also a member of the Finance and Audit Committee of the London Health Sciences Centre. 



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